I shared with you an ‘out of the box’ way to use some of the pinwheels from the June Paper Pumpkin kit and here’s another really clever way to use them! This was created by one of the ladies in my Stamp Club. Christy Seaman is really crafty and I was so excited to see how she used some of her pinwheels that I asked her if I could share her idea with you. She agreed so here it is:
Mason Jars are so popular right now and Christy combined this trendy subject material with the Pinwheel she created as well as some pennant flags stamped with the stamps provided in the kit, tied everything up with some sparkly patriotic ribbon, and voila, a gift jar suitable for filling with all sorts of treats.
(Personally, I think it would be great filled with M&M’s!) I would love that! What would you like to see in your jar?
If you don’t already subscribe to My Paper Pumpkin, what are you waiting for? It’s a complete craft kit in a box, shipped right to your door each month, for only $19.95! Each month, a different project. Instructions are included but most kits can be used in a myriad of ways, like I’ve been showing you here.
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You can make these pinwheels from any square of double sided Designer Series Paper. And now in July, you can buy 3 get 1 free of our exclusive DSP
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Leave me a comment and tell me what you think about Christy’s pinwheel mason jar. I’ll be sure to pass along all those comments to Christy. This is her first debut on my blog so I want to make sure my readers give her a warm welcome. Thanks! Nancy